Podcasts: Whatcom Report


Whatcom Report

Sundays from 8 – 9am

KGMI/Kimball Gainor

The Whatcom Report for 2/9/16

Host Wes Herman is in with Heather Vaughn on behalf of Junior Achievement

Scott Hume with Eleceted officials

The Whatcom Report for 1/31/16

Host Scott Hume is in with two elected officials Michael Lilliquist and Nicole Oliver to discuss the comprehensive plan.


The Whatcom Report for 1/24/16

Host Mary Kay Robinson is in with Linda Twitchell from the Building and Industry Association, for an in depth discussion regarding the Comprehensive Plan.

Scott Hume with Emily O'Conner and Shultzie Willows from Lydia Place in the studio on 1/10/16. Photo Credit: Kimball Gainor

The Whatcom Report for 1/10/16

Host Scott Hume is in the studio with Emily O’Connor and Shultzie Willows of Lydia Place

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The Whatcom Report January 3, 2016

Host Bill Gorman discusses changing use of social media in promoting business and the impact of “Centennials”, the generation of young people following the Millennial generation.

Dan Purdy On Air

Whatcom Report December 20, 2015

Dan Purdy, Lecturer at Western Washington University discusses a toolkit for project management to reduce workplace stress.

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The Whatcom Report for 12/13/15

The Whatcom Report with host Mary Kay Robinson, Guest Dr. Jason Lichtenberger, Producer Kimball Gainor.

Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden

The Whatcom Report for 12/6/15

The Whatcom Report with host Guy Ochiogrosso and award winners from the BCC Annual Awards Banquet

28th Annual Business Person of the Year Awards.  Photos provided by the Whatcom Business Alliance

The Whatcom Report for 11/29/15

Host Guy Ochigrosso is in the studio today hosting Pam Brady of BP, and Chuck Robinson with Village Books and Paper Dreams.

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The Whatcom Report for 11/22/15

Host Bill Gorman is with Patti Rowlson from PR Consulting Inc. to discuss branding and promoting your businesses.

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